Many fighting games take place all over the world. So, to bring those locations to life, game developers often stick pretty close to reality.
By the end of the 90s, the 16-bit era ended and 3D took over. With the PlayStation and 3D graphics cards out there allowing for new possibilities, narrative and gameplay, the 90s produced some of the most attractive characters in video game history.
If you've played SNK fighting game Fatal Fury, you know Terry Bogard's Power Wave. Over the years, it has evolved—into chopsticks, apparently.
Today in Speak-Up on Kotaku, commenter GunFlame craves his own super-powered video game special move. If you could have one, which would you choose?
Last week's unveiling of Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 came with an interesting walk-through by Capcom of their take on the history of fighting games.
Isn't it great? Sadly, it's the latest Kyle Robinson custom action figure, not the latest official SNK action figure.
It doesn't look like The King of Fighters' jiggly ninja Mai Shiranui will be returning for The King of Fighters XII, but that won't stop SNK from pumping out another plastic knock-up of the girl.